Re: Why does "stable" point to "rex"?
On Sun, 15 Dec 1996, Don Morton wrote:
> According to the FAQ, the "rex" directory is for unstable and
> development distributions, and the README at ftp.debian.org:debian/
> says "bo" is for unstable software. Then, I see that "rex" is
> supposedly the "stable" distribution of Debian 1.2. Am I missing
> something? According to the FAQ, "buzz" is supposed to be
> the latest stable release, so why doesn't "stable" point to
> that rather than "rex?"
> Ultimately, my question is, is "rex" considered a stable release
> of Debian 1.2? My guess is "yes", it's just that I'm getting
> confused (and it ain't hard to confuse me!).
Rex IS version 1.2 and buzz is the 1.1 version.
Bo is the current unstable work in progress.
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